The game was scoreless through three innings, but the Dodgers used three singles to open the scoring in the fourth inning, and then four more in adding two additional runs in the fifth. Delgado did get through six innings without further damage, scattering 11 hits - all singles - while walking none and striking out three. Charles Brewer allowed two runs on three hits and a walk, but was bailed out by Tony Sipp, who struck out the two batters he faced. Will Harris pitched the ninth, and allowed the sixth and final Dodgers run.
There was precious little offense to speak of, with the Diamondbacks' best chance off Greinke coming in the third after back-to-back walks to Jason Kubel and Didi Gregorius, but nothing came of that. Paul Goldschmidt had our first hit, then was immediately erased on the customary daily double-play. Martin Prado got the second, a two-out double in the seventh, and Goldschmidt added the third, when we were down to our last out, Eric Chavez following up with a double to break the shutout bid. The teams will reconvene tomorrow night at Chase Field, with Ricky Nolasco talking on Ian Kennedy, as the D-backs seek to even the series.